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The romance of the atom

Author: Benjamin Harrow
Publisher: New York : Boni and Liveright, 1927.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Harrow
OCLC Number: 1448761
Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii pages, 3 leaves, 13-162 pages : frontispiece, illustrations, portraits ; 20 cm
Contents: Alchemy and the dawn of chemistry --
Priestley and the dawn of modern chemistry --
The atom --
The atom: Mendeléeff --
The atom: Crookes --
The atom: The electron --
The atom: Madame Curie --
The atom: The energy of the future --
The atom: Its structure --
An application of the structure of the atom: The work of Rayleigh and Ramsay --
An application of the structure of the atom: The work of Langmuir --
Science and life: The origin of life --
Science and life: The application of science --
Science and life: The scientist as citizen.
Responsibility: by Benjamin Harrow.

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